Mesquite Exit 118 Interchange Launches Facebook Page

The City of Mesquite launched a Facebook page designed to inform community members of the latest information related to the Mesquite Exit 118 Interchange project on January 20. Each week the page, located at … [Read more...]

Water District to hold public hearing on rate increases

A Public Hearing will be held prior to the Board of Directors consideration of a rate increase for the Virgin Valley Water District on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, at 5:00 p.m. in the District Office located at 500 Riverside Road, Mesquite, Nevada … [Read more...]

State of the City: Deciding what Mesquite wants to be

Tuesday night’s council meeting saw an attendance a little larger than normal as Mayor Al Litman was to give his State of the City Address after the regular agenda items. For those agenda items, which all three passed, included a property … [Read more...]

City Council Forms Committee to Study Incentives

During January 13, 2015 City Council meeting, the Council formed an ad-hoc committee to study the City’s the role in economic development incentives.  Citizens are invited to submit their application to be part of the committee. Mayor Allan Litman … [Read more...]

Congressman Hardy’s Mil/VA rep in Mesquite Today

Congressman Cresent Hardy’s military and veterans affairs representative, Charles Navarro, will be at the Mesquite Veterans Center, 840 Hafen Lane today from 1-4 p.m. Mr. Navarro will be offering assistance with VA claims, veteran programs … [Read more...]

Sunday morning accident takes out light poles and trees

Residents in the area of Turtleback Road and Pioneer Boulevard, near the United Methodist Church, Sunday may have awoken to the sound of a crash and several people yelling. According to police reports, at approximately 3:42 a.m. Sunday morning, … [Read more...]

Mesquite Hot Air Balloon Festival gets off to a slow start

The annual balloon festival got off to a shaky start Saturday morning at the Oasis parking area. Hundreds of viewers watched patiently as balloon after balloon inflated after an hour wait. Then all their hopes were deflated along with the balloons. … [Read more...]

VVWD Board determines rate increase will not impose a significant impact to businesses despite opposition

Tuesday night’s Virgin Valley Water District Board Meeting was anything but simple as the board members discussed the current plan for rate fee increases and the impact that it would have on businesses. To determine what impact the rate increases … [Read more...]

Tuesday’s City Council Meeting looks to the future; Firefighter agreement pulled

With a light agenda scheduled for the January 27 City Council meeting, Mayor Al Litman will be delivering his State of the City Address. The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at Council Chambers in City Hall, 10 E. Mesquite Boulevard and can also be viewed on … [Read more...]

FLASH- Motor Mania Grips City

For a few short days each year, the City of Mesquite is gripped by Motor Mania. Everywhere one goes, classic and specialty cars cruise the Boulevard, reminding us of times gone past. For us, who were fortunate to live in a more-simpler era Motor … [Read more...]